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01/10/2018

The Idea of a “Standard View” of Informed Consent

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12/14/2017

Views of clinical trial participants on the readability and their understanding of informed consent documents

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12/14/2017

Ethical and regulatory challenges of research using pervasive sensing and other emerging technologies: IRB perspectives

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12/14/2017

“Will they be good enough parents?”: Ethical dilemmas, views, and decisions among assisted reproductive technology (ART) providers

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This entry was posted in Genetics, Reproductive Ethics and tagged , . Posted by Bela Fishbeyn. Bookmark the permalink.

12/14/2017

Counseling parents at risk of delivery of an extremely premature infant: Differing strategies

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12/14/2017

How should we deal with misattributed paternity? A survey of lay public attitudes

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12/14/2017

Epistemic injustice in dementia and autism patient organizations: An empirical analysis

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This entry was posted in End of Life Care, Justice, Psychiatric Ethics and tagged , , . Posted by Bela Fishbeyn. Bookmark the permalink.

11/20/2017

Ahead of Our Time: Why Head Transplantation Is Ethically Unsupportable

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11/20/2017

HEAVEN in the Making: Between the Rock (the Academe) and a Hard Case (a Head Transplant)

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This entry was posted in Health Care, Neuroethics and tagged , . Posted by Bela Fishbeyn. Bookmark the permalink.

11/20/2017

The Rubicon Already Crossed

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